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Motorola is readying a lightweight and slim flagship, the Moto S30 Pro, alongside the Razr and the new X30 Pro. PHOTO


Motorola is set to launch two of its most anticipated flagship phones. One is the Razr 2022, the third foldable-screen version of the classic clamshell series, and the second is the Edge 30 Pro/X30 Pro, the first phone with a 200-megapixel camera. But it looks like the August 11 event will include another phone, the S30 Pro, which could be a thin and light model, something we rarely see in the high-end area.

Few high-end models today can boast weight under 190 grams

According to Digital Chat Station, a famous leaker on China’s Weibo social network, Motorola’s new Moto S30 Pro will be equipped with top-of-the-line hardware comparable to the X30 Pro. we’re talking about a Snapdragon 888+-equipped phone with a 6.55″ OLED display at 144 Hz, 50-megapixel main camera and 4,270 mAh battery with fast charging at 68W. Basically, it’s a phone comparable to other flagships on the market, but with a slightly older processor.

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The difference is that in addition to it, Motorola will also have the Moto X30 Pro on offer, with a 200-megapixel camera and larger screen at 6.7″, which will most likely be listed in store offerings at a significantly higher price.

The most interesting aspect of the Moto S30 Pro, however, is that it will be a very lightweight phone. With these specs, we usually expect phones between 190 and 210 grams and thicker. However, it seems that Motorola preferred a smaller battery than other models on the market, which come with 4,500 or even 5,000 mAh capacity. Thus, the phone is lighter, but also quite thin, still: just 7.6mm in profile.

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The launch event for the new Motorola phones has been moved from August 2 to August 11, so we’ll also learn official information about the new phones in just a few days.â

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